Powdery white sands of Seven Mile beach extend onto South Bay Beach Club grounds creating a private beach area adjacent to the pool. Exclusive for residents and guests is a 65ft depth and 175ft beach frontage with chaise lounges, lounge chairs with umbrellas and a barbecue area next to our heated ocean front pool.
Villa 14 at SBBC is beautifully decorated with designer furnishings and top of the line fixtures and appliances. Villa 14 has a gourmet kitchen, Dish Network TV, high speed Internet and in-suite laundry. Secure parking and a fully equipped fitness centre are also on site. Your stay includes daily maid service (except Sundays) and access to a full concierge service, to attend to all of your needs, including grocery delivery, restaurant reservations, and activity bookings.
The Master Bedroom has unimpeded views of the Caribbean, with a king bed and luxurious ensuite with tub and separate shower, and flat screen TV.
Three other bedrooms, each with their own full bathroom, allow your travelling companions privacy and comfort. Each has its own flat screen television.
Bedroom 2 has a Queen Bed, ensuite, and separate single bed;
Bedroom 3 has a Queen Bed and and ensuite bath room;
Bedroom 4 (also a Mediaroom) has 2 double day beds and access to the fourth bathroom.
The open-concept kitchen, living and dining rooms open on to a terrace with separate dining table and lounge chairs. Furnished to the highest standards, your comfort is assured. Right before you is the glorious tourquoise waters of the Caribbean and the famous Seven Mile Beach, considered by many to be the best beach in the Caribbean.
For your every day needs and entertainment there are a variety of local shops, restaurants, night clubs, water sports and a car rental office just walking distance from our property with the islands’ main city of George Town only 5 minutes away by car/taxi.
About Seven Mile Beach
Grand Cayman’s many attractions offer plenty to do for adults and children alike—and plenty of pampering for those who come to relax. Situated on Grand Cayman’s west shore, Seven Mile Beach’s gorgeous clear waters and coral sands lure visitors from around the world. Named by Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine as the Caribbean’s Best Beach, this white sand beach is a favorite among those visiting the Caymans.
Swim with friendly stingrays at Stingray City, shop Seven Mile Shops, snorkel and scuba in the enticing waters around Cemetery Reef. Visit nearby Cayman capital George Town and the fascinating Cayman Turtle Farm.
Dining in Grand Cayman
Many deem Grand Cayman the best culinary destination in the Caribbean Here are some popular fine dining suggestions.
The newest restaurant in the Cayman Islands, Blue Cilantro is run by the convivial Chef Vidyadhara Shetty—president of the Cayman Culinary Society and formerly of the Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman. At Blue Cilantro Chef Shetty brings classic Indian cooking techniques and preparation to local cuisine. The three-course prix fixe menu is an excellent deal for the indecisive but the more adventurous should order a la carte.
Menu highlights: Start with the tandoori soft-shell crab as an appetizer, then move on to fresh pomfret cooked in a clay oven and served with basmati rice. Don’t miss out on the housemade chutneys and flatbreads flavored with roasted garlic and black onion seeds.
Learn more: Blue Cilantro
Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
The original Michael's Genuine Food & Drink is based in Miami and Michael Schwartz's 2010-opened Grand Cayman outpost is just as popular with both locals and frequent visitors. The focus in this large restaurant (with equal parts outdoor and indoor seating), is on fresh and local Caribbean ingredients prepared simply. Expect to find high energy, friendly service, and fine dining food in a casual atmosphere.
Menu highlights: Roasted breadfruit salad with local avocados, oven roasted snapper, and all grilled dishes featuring island-caught seafood. Finish with the plush sticky toffee pudding outfitted in dark rum sauce.
Learn more: Michael's Genuine Food & Drink
Blue by Eric Ripert
Opened in 2008 and with a recently resigned lease, Eric Ripert's Blue is impressively the only restaurant in the Caribbean with a AAA Five Diamond Award. Situated inside the The Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman, Blue incorporates all the elegance and luxury of New York City’s Le Bernardin (with a few of the same classic menu items and focus on seafood dishes) into a breezy beach setting. Come for a formal dinner, or drop by the bar for drinks and appetizers.
Menu highlights: Wahoo tartare and Ripert’s signature appetizer of paper-thin yellowfin tuna sashimi draped over foie gras. For dessert, don’t miss the plush ginger parfait with a soy sauce-kissed caramel.
Learn more: Fodor's Blue by Eric Ripert Review, The Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman Review, Le Bernardin Review
A not-to-be missed elegant dining experience while in the Cayman Islands, Osetra Bay, as the restaurant name implies, boasts an enviable caviar selection. While it's been open for two years, it’s the hot restaurant of the moment and the kitchen manned by Chef Joseph Watters offers a global menu that spans all the way from oxtail agnolotti to mahi mahi and smoked Spanish octopus. Save this visit for special occasions and romantic dinners.
Menu highlights: Housemade pastas such as the crab tagliolini and a incredibly tender oxtail agnolotti, seared wahoo and local snapper with a variety of mushrooms, sweetbreads paired with tiny pearl onions, and don’t forget the caviar.
Learn more: Osetra Bay
The Brasserie is in the George Town area of Grand Cayman, tucked in Cricket Square. Enter through the back garden to sneak a peek at all the fruit (such as bananas and breadfruit), vegetables, and herbs grown in-house for restaurant use. Many eateries boast local ingredients, but Brasserie takes it another step further by employing two full-time fisherman and their own fishing boat. Fresh seafood for every meal of the day, guaranteed.
Menu highlights: Shrimp and cilantro topped flatbreads, the daily catch prepared tartare-style with avocado and sambal, conch tempura, and tiny roasted pineapple beignets for dessert.
Learn more: The Brasserie
Grand Cayman is paradise for divers and snorkelers. The concierge team at South Bay Beach Club will gladly arrange for equipment, lessons, a private dive boat—whatever you need to take full advantage of one of the world’s premier diving sites.
Water sports at nearby resorts and tour companies:
The Concierge Team at South Bay Beach Club can book many exciting adventures and excursions, including:
Sailing (instruction available)
Water skiing and wakeboarding
Tube and banana rides
Floating rafts and beds
Glass-bottom boat tours and sunset sails
Private charters (captain available)
Golfers can enjoy the outstanding Jack Nicklaus golf course, or drive at the 18-hole Championship Links at SafeHaven. The Concierge team can arrange tee times or lessons from a pro.
Take your pick of the island’s championship tennis and squash courts. Professional instruction is available for every ability level.
Boatswain’s Beach marine park and sea turtle preserve
Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park
Pedro St. James historic castle
Pirate’s caves and mini-zoo
Grand Cayman Butterfly Farm
Cayman Islands National Museum
Sunset cocktail and dinner cruises
Fishing excursions: deep sea, reef, bottom, bone, fly, night
Horseback riding on the beach
Island Jeep and helicopter tours
Swim with the stingrays at Stingray City
Spas and wellness:
Luxury spas and holistic wellness centers offer a wide range of beauty treatments, therapeutic massages, Yoga and Pilates classes, and other services to enhance your well-being. The South Bay team would be happy to schedule an in-home visit or create a package to your special needs.
Nightclubs cater to a wide range of American and Caribbean musical tastes. You can also sample the island’s comedy clubs, local theatres, and a cinema presenting first-run movies.
Browse local crafts or shop for fine perfume, watches, jewelry, crystal, china and more at duty-free prices.